Optimizing Field Area Networks
3 Steps To Enable Service Management and Drive Value Your Executives Expect
Date : February 1, 2017

Grid Modernization is driving a substantial increase in the number of smart devices in the field. Today, it’s not unusual that a utility has more deployed devices in its geography than a commercial wireless carrier. This significantly increases the complexity of its telecommunications network—and the complexity of managing that network.

As the foundation for your utility’s digital grid, your telecommunications network requires a new level of care and attention to make sure it supports reliable operations. This article outlines three steps that can help you set the course for maintaining a dynamic, reliable telecommunications network primed to help deliver the return you expect from smart-grid and modernization investments.
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